Great small RV park with motel. All spaces with electric and water, showers are great. Has a nice courtyard with large fire pit. Very clean and quite. It’s right off the main road into Big Bend National Park, about a 40 minute drive.
Chisos Campground is the place to camp on Big Bend National Park. It is a high elevation location and many great hiking trails from the location. As a landscape photographer, this was a fantastic place to camp. Nice sized sites, however, no hookups & only 8 sites that allow generators. There were no wood fires when I was there last October.
So far, one of my favorite TX State Parks. Great for landscape photography, swimming in the clear Frio River, biking and hiking.
My first camping trip in TX, my mistake in going in Hot August. There are no hookups and generators are not allowed. I have an Aliner trailer, and no shade over most of the sites. There is good hiking and you can get to the Colorado river. Pretty long hike (I rode my MTN bike and it was a 45 min not so easy ride. There is a swimming area near the camping sites, but for me, not that exciting.
Pedernales Falls is a great camping experience for all. The sites have been updated a few years ago. The sites are reasonably large with covered table areas. The falls area requires a drive, but with ample parking. The hike to the falls area is reasonable. Ther is no swimming or entering the water allowed, due to the dangers of potentially high water or flash floods. There is a swimming area in the river, but requires driving to the location (in the park). There are also a couple of bird blinds that provide for great views and photography. Hot and humid in the late spring through summer.